New PhD student starting in June
Source:  GPUGrid
jeudi 28 avril 2016 13:16

Hi, we finally have a new PhD student starting in June and another one by the end of the year. So our usage of GPUGRID will raise again after June. thanks. gdf


Project News Apr 28, 2016
Source:  Rosetta@home
jeudi 28 avril 2016 09:00

We'll be down for an hour or so for some maintenance. Sorry for any inconvenience.


Paper accepted for publication
Source:  VGTU project@Home
mercredi 27 avril 2016 18:12

Dear VGTU@Home users,

We are glad to share with you the news that our paper "Application of distributed parallel computing for dynamic visual cryptography" has been accepted for publication in Journal of Supercomputing. We will post the link to the article as soon as it will be available on the journal site.

With best regards,
The Project Team.


Webby Awards, Here We Come!
Source:  World Community Grid News and Updates
mardi 26 avril 2016 23:58

Thanks to votes from thousands of volunteers and supporters, World Community Grid is the winner of The Webby People's Voice Award in the Corporate Social Responsibility category!


Both 2,989+ and 2,991+ are complete
Source:  NFS@Home
lundi 25 avril 2016 23:42

Two more Cunningham Most Wanted numbers are factored. 2,989+, a three way split, is the product of 76-digit, 79-digit, and 96-digit prime numbers. 2,991+ is the product of 75-digit and 150-digit prime numbers. Let's keep going!


Thanks for helping!
Source:  SETI@Home
lundi 25 avril 2016 21:03

We couldn't do any of this without you. Our search relies on the generosity of those who donate their computing resources and electricity, their coding skills, and also financial help to make what we do possible. Any and every contribution counts, and we appreciate all of you. While we are not funded by big government grants, we are fortunate to be based at one of the world's leading public universities, where one of our most precious resources is the bright young minds who will be the scientists and engineers leading the search in the years to come.

So we invite you, if you feel motivated to do so, to help us with the resources to set up an undergraduate lab with new software-defined radio tools to help train our undergrads in the tools of the trade. To get an idea of how engaged these students are, check out our interview with Kyle at https://youtu.be/PIJ6TkM46wE. And if you'd like to support our work, please visit https://crowdfund.berkeley.edu/project/1704. But whether or not you choose to contribute financially, we are so grateful for all of you that have chosen to be a part of SETI@home as we attempt together to answer humanity's biggest question. Thanks!


Refactoring
Source:  vLHCathome-dev
vendredi 22 avril 2016 16:44

The bootstrapping code used to prepare the environment for the jobs in the VM has been re-factored so that common tasks for the five applications are abstracted to common functions. It has been tested in a VM but there may be issues relating to the diversity of our environment and error conditions.


Mapping Cancer Markers Now Examining Ovarian Cancer
Source:  World Community Grid News and Updates
jeudi 21 avril 2016 21:47

The Mapping Cancer Markers project now includes markers for the most common form of ovarian cancer, with a goal to understand the how this disease progresses from early-stage to late-stage.


New Applications
Source:  vLHCathome-dev
jeudi 21 avril 2016 21:46

As many of you have already seen, there are now five applications at various levels of readiness hosted in this project. The challenge now to is bring them to the level of quality required for the production project. This will involve work both on the frontends that are visible and the backends that are not. With more applications, we have to be a little more focused and use our efforts effectively. Recently there has been some good communication from everyone on the message boards and I hope that this will continue. The initial focus will be to improve the Theory application as it should be the easiest and as many components are now shared between the applications, the improvements should benefit all. We would like to thank everyone for their continued support, it really does help to make a big difference.


Planck contest deadline announced
Source:  Cosmology@Home
jeudi 21 avril 2016 15:46

The contest to be thanked in our upcoming Planck paper will end on May 5 at 13:00 UTC. Good luck to everyone in the final two weeks!



   

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